Question: How long do TV Ears last?

How do you know when TV Ears are fully charged?

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How long do TV Ears batteries last?

The batteries are expected to last up to 6 hours per use on a full charge. We recommend that you change the battery when you begin to experience a decrease in the typical operating time. The normal lifetime of our batteries is around 1 to 2 years before a replacement is needed.

What do TV Ears do?

TV Ears, or voice clarifying television headsets, are classified as an assistive listening device and are specifically designed for clear and distinct television listening and dialogue comprehension. This works to make the words appear clearer from audio tracks that are on television programs or movies.

Do TV Ears require batteries?

The TV•Ears ® Battery Replacement is a small rechargeable battery found inside the TV•Ears ® Headset (Version 5.0). The batteries are expected to last up to 6 hours per use on a full charge. The normal lifetime of our batteries is around 1 to 2 years before a replacement is needed.

How do I connect TV Ears to my TV?

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